POWER

Wind and battery power for Olympic Dam

BHP has signed a renewable power purchase agreement with Neoen that is expected to supply 70 megawatts to its Olympic Dam copper-uranium mine in South Australia from 2026-27.

 BHP has signed a deal to get about half of Olympic Dam's power needs from renewable energy sources

BHP has signed a deal to get about half of Olympic Dam's power needs from renewable energy sources

The 70MW is about half the operation's electricity needs. The deal will allow Olympic Dam to record a net zero emission position for the contracted volume of supply. This is Neoen's first baseload...

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